Cluj Napoca Guide

Cluj-Napoca City Tour

 A trip in history, starting from the roman settlement Napoca, then to the medieval and modern historical monuments.

 The history of Cluj-Napoca covers the time from the Roman conquest of Dacia, when it was known as Napoca , through its flourishing as the main cultural and religious center in the historic province of Transylvania, until its modern existence as a city, the seat of Cluj County.


- The remains of Napoca roman settlement from the central area of the city 

- Church Saint Michael- one of the most beautiful gothic monuments from Transylvania

- Franciscan Monastery, Ortodox Cathedral, Piarist Church, Ortodox Church on The Hil, Unitarian Church

-Matei Corvin House

-National Art Museum

- Francisc Obelisc

-Etnographic Museum of Transylvania 

-Babes-Bolyai University 

-National Theater and Romanian Opera



Cluj-Napoca – Classic City Tour

 1 person - 25 euro

2 persons – 20 euro/ person
3 persons – 15 euro/ person
4 persons – 10 euro/ person 
5-6 persons –8 euro/ person
7 – 10 persons – 7 euro/ person

11 – 15 persons – 6 euro /person
15 -20 persons- 5 euro/person
20-25 persons- 4 euro/person

Depending on your demand, the routes and the prices are subject of discution.
For groups over 30 persons the fares are negotiable.

 Terms of reservation

English guide.

Validity-all periods of the year.
The offer does not include meals and drinks, entrance fees and tips.

 Optional services

Transfer from the airport to the hotel

Hotel booking


e-mail: office [at]

Phone: 0040 744 776393


Clubul Montan Apuseni (Apuseni Mountain Club) is an association created under the Romanian Law (Law 26/2000) whose purpose is to protect the endangered species and to promote responsible tourism. Based on our member's qualification as travel guide we are legally offering assistance and guidance for the tourists. The gains will be used for achieving organization’s goal.


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